International Journal of Cyber Criminology

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 2, July-December

Cyber Crime Nation Typologies: K-Means Clustering of Countries Based on Cyber Crime Rates
IntroductionA disproportionate amount of the cyber crime attacks worldwide are accounted for by a minority of countries (Spamhaus, 2016). Many reports, mostly by cyber security firms, regularly conduct rankings of nations based on being top sources of...
Cyber Deviance among Adolescents and the Role of Family, School, and Neighborhood: A Cross-National Study
IntroductionWith the advent of new technologies and the ubiquity of the Internet, the world is now more connected than ever. Internet access around the world is increasing rapidly and, at the moment, Internet access for household stands at an average...
Serious, Therefore Organised? A Critique of the Emerging "Cyber-Organised Crime" Rhetoric in the United Kingdom
IntroductionIn the United Kingdom (UK), at the policy level, the conceptualisation of organised crime3 has been evolving and refining over the years - as showed by the growing numbers of policy documents published since 2000.4 These documents have been...
Sexual Extortion of Children in Cyberspace
IntroductionAnonymity and speed provided by cyber space have made it easier to meet new people at an unprecedented rate. Traditional web forums and chat rooms such as IRC, which became hugely popular in the beginning of Internet Age, lost their dominance...
The New Computer Hacker's Quest and Contest with the Experienced Hackers: A Qualitative Study Applying Pierre Bourdieu's Field Theory
IntroductionThe considerable body of literature seeking to understand computer hackers' motivations and behaviors still needs further inquiry as hacking cyber crime grows in sophistication and geographic reach (Décary-Hétu & Dupont, 2013; Nikitina,...
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